Monk In The World

To be a monk is to have time to practice for your transformation and healing. And after that to help with the transformation and healing of other people.

Thich Nhat Hanh

Saturday, October 24, 2009

My Fishing, Hunting, Golf, Football, et al.


Hey,
It's the weekend!
Some of you are all fired up about football, some of you are dragging the 10 pointer out of the woods, maybe some of you are just dangling a hook in the water or teeing up the little white ball.
Me? I'm cooking!
Today's offering is a simple BEEF STEW-yes that's a Guinness on the side there-who wants to use two cups of warm water when you can use a pint of Guinness?
So how does all this relate to our genjokoan study for the upcoming week? Don't know yet! Does it matter? This is what I am doing right now! Isn't that actualizing the fundamental point?

I'll share the text for the week on the next post in about an hour...

bows,
Alan
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